Starting in 1936, ACS offered ACS members a choice of vetted speakers on a variety of technical and non-technical topics at Local Section meetings. In 2010, this service was transitioned to an Online Speaker Directory. Local Section officers and planners can peruse the profiles of highly qualified professionals and work directly with speakers to plan the details of their speaking engagement. To gain full access to the Directory, you may submit a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor Blossey received his baccalaureate degree was received at the Ohio State University in 1957, working on undergraduate research with Professor Michael Cava. Graduate chemistry studies were pursued with Professor Ernest Wenkert at Iowa State Unive
Dr. Brumaghim first became interested in research chemistry as an undergraduate after conducting undergraduate research in the laboratories of Professors George Whitesides and Andrew Barron at Harvard, and Richard Eisenberg at the University of Rochester,
Robert Finkel is a theoretical physicist (Ph.D., New York University, 1966) and has been Professor and Chairman of the Physics Department at St. John’s University in New York for nearly thirty years. Bob publishes research papers in quantum theory, physic
Mark Thomson is currently an Assistant Professor of Chemistry in the Department of Physical Science at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, where he teaches courses in general chemistry, science education, and biochemistry. He received his B.S
Dr. Wilf. Arnold was born in Brisbane, Australia, where he earned a B.Sc. at the University of Queensland. After completing an M.A. degree at UCLA and a Ph.D. (1962) at Cornell University he held various research and teaching positions before coming to th
Helen M. Free holds a bachelor's degree in Chemistry from the College of Wooster, a master's degree in management in the health care field from Central Michigan University, and honorary doctorates of science from both schools. She joined Miles Laboratorie